San Giuliano Parking
Public Transportation from San Giuliano
Boat services between San Giuliano and Venice come and go. In recent years, scheduled boats have been operated sporadically by ACTV, Alilaguna, and Lagunare S. Giliano.
Readers Paul and Betty Deseyne of Belgium recently told us of traveling with Boat San Giuliano to Tre Archi, at the northern end of Venice's Cannaregio canal. (The boat ran hourly and took just under 20 minutes for the journey.) Here's their report from April, 2014:
"Arrived at 'Tre Archi,' you can take the vaporetto 5.1 or 5.2.
"The ACTV pass we bought online (at home, before we parted), couldn't be validated there, so we had to walk 1/2 hour to Ferrovia to validate our pass.
"An easier solution was to buy a single vaporetto-ticket at the tobacco-shop further down the road in the Fondamenta di Cannaregio (approx. 350 meters). Unfortunately we thought about this solution only 2 days later (when is was too late).
"To return to the main land there was no problem at all. The boat arrived at the indicated time. It was a Venetian taxi-boat, very comfortable for only 2 persons ... Very different from the boat we arrived with (vaporetto-size).
"At Tre Archi there are no signs that indicate the boat-line so you must be on time and listen to the boat-driver who calls "San Giuliano".
"We send you in attachment a scan of our ticket (2 persons - go and back = 30
Several ACTV bus lines connect Venice to the western end of the Parco San Giuliano, near the Red and Blue parking lots. Unfortunately, these buses aren't convenient for two reasons:
Still, if you're in no hurry, you can take an ACTV public bus to or from Venice. Routes that serve San Giuliano include lines 5, 12, 12B, 12L, 19, and 14. See the ACTV's Urban Lines page and click the icons next to the line numbers for timetables and maps.
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